yes, the shading in the daytime doesn't help his image either. also, despite hints of the rest of the crew in the poster, if this poster were real, would no one be pissed that RDJ is taking up a chunk slot on a poster AGAIN? I mean, the film is called "Age of Ultron" and he's bigger than Ultron is on this poster. That's what a lot of the Avengers fan posters on this site tend forget: Avengers is a team, not a Tony Stark fan club. If people are going for realism in poster design/ marketing schemes, maybe, because we all know Marvel and Disney will market RDJ more than the others for obvious reasons. And for this poster, theres the exception that he may have to do with Ultron's origin in the actual film, but how much of the public would know that off a teaser?
Good effort none the less, it is fanmade afterall....
I hope it's not Tony that builds him, it would be extremely controversial to the whole evolution thing they had him go through in the movies. I'm still hoping that it has more to do with SHIELD than with Tony, though it would have been much better if they had simply kept to the original story and had Hank build him, even if they only mention that he built him and not put him in the movie.
Didn't Pym build him so that he could be a superior hero that can save lives with minimal violence? At the end of Iron Man 3, Tony apparently gave up Iron Man. Maybe he built this to replace him, having the same intentions as Pym. Then when he turns horribly evil, it makes him return to being Iron Man so he can help the Avengers take him down.
Why I hope this doesn't happen: OKAY WE GET IT. TONY IS AWESOME. Please shift the focus to someone else. Avengers was pretty heavy on Tony. I know he only got like one or two more minutes of screen time than Cap but he has A LOT more character development than anyone else.
Also, as comic fans, we may think that it would be okay to have Pym build him and only mention Pym. But, to the average movie goer, It would be weird to have Ultron appear out of nowhere and only mention his creator/origin.